When to Watch for the Super Blue Blood Moon in Western Kentucky
The super blue blood moon is coming soon. We need to know when watch and what to watch for.
According to some info I found at WestKentuckyStar.com, those of us in the Ohio Valley will be able to get a good look at the lunar eclipse between 6AM and 6:59AM.
We get one of these when there are two full moons in the same month. It last happened in 1982 and it won't again until 2037.
This National Weather Service info-graphic shows what will happen:
Beginning at 4:30AM, NASA will air a live feed of the moon throughout the duration of the eclipse.
And it looks like the Eyewitness News team of meteorologists is calling for a good view.